Going No-Till – The Urban Farmer – Week 3

 

The Urban Farmer - Week 3 - Small

 







Bits of wisdom

  • It is so important to have a structured work day.  Do what has to be done first and do the lesser things later.
  • Take advantage of landscape fabric to control weeds in the non-production areas.
  • “I don’t want to be doing anything on the farm that I am not getting paid for.”
  • It is so important to be efficient with your time when you are a small operation.

 

Curtis's landscape fabric mulch.

Curtis’s landscape fabric mulch.

 

Burning holes into the landscape fabric.

Burning holes into the landscape fabric.

 

Planting kale into the holes in the mulch.

Planting kale into the holes in the mulch.

 

Poly low tunnels protecting the crops from the elements.

Poly low tunnels protecting the crops from the elements.

 

Green City Acres 5

Custom bending poly low tunnel frames.

 

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Comments 1

  1. Awesome. It may seem elementary but I kinda had an idea of how to get started on the planting side but have never used landscape fabric or poly low tunnels. The audio and pic really help make it a concrete idea.

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